W J Petzny

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Extremely uniform pores of near molecular dimension can be formed by the irradiation-etching technique first demonstrated by Price and Walker. The technique has now been developed to the stage where it can be used to fabricate model membranes for examining the various steric, hydrodynamic, and electrodynamic phenomena encountered in transport through(More)
Extremely uniform small-radius pores, formed in thin mica membranes, have been coated with monoand multimolecular layers of fatty acids. Stearate monolayers orient themselves on the pore walls in layers 25 to 28 angstroms thick. The resulting membranes, with radii of the order 100 angstroms or less, may have applications in simulating certain features of(More)
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